Charlbury, United Kingdom (26 September, 2011) – Harry Bingham, the man behind The Writers’ Workshop – a leading literary consultancy specialising in providing writing feedback in the form of editorial critique, writing festivals and courses, is pleased to announce that his new book, How to Write, will be published by A&C Black/Bloomsbury in May 2012.
A&C Black are the publishers of the world-renowned Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook, as well as Bingham’s highly acclaimed Writers’ and Artists’ Guide to Getting Published, which advises writers on securing a literary agent and the intricacies behind navigating the tricky path to first publication and a successful career thereafter.
How to Write will serve as a comprehensive guide for aspiring novelists and writers of all types of creative non-fiction, and both Bingham and his literary agent Bill Hamilton at AM Heath are confident in its ability to help developing writers and are delighted to have secured a deal for its publication.
“This is a really grown-up book,” commented Harry Bingham of The Writers’ Workshop. “We wanted a genuinely complete guide for new writers – one that wouldn’t patronise them or make the craft sound easier than it really is. I truly hope this book will be inspirational for a whole new generation of writers.”
For more information on The Writers’ Workshop and upcoming books by Harry Bingham, visit their website at http://www.writersworkshop.co.uk/ or telephone 0845 459 9560 (Overseas: +44 845 459 9560).
About The Writers’ Workshop:
The Writers’ Workshop is a literary consultancy which provides exceptional and professional feedback, support and advice on manuscripts to aspiring writers or unpublished authors’ manuscripts. They can also help budding writers to build relations with literary agents and build their skills with a variety of online writing courses which are taught by a range of top authors.
The Writers’ Workshop
7 Market Street
Tel: 0845 459 9560